Monday April 11, 2011 at 4:04 PM | 1 Comment
Are you environmentally-aware? Do you recycle, carpool, use a clothes line, grow your own garden and shop locally? If you live in the San Francisco Bay Area, you’ll want to attend BART Blue Sky Festival. It takes place the day before Earth Day, on Thursday, April 21, 2011 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. at Justin Herman Plaza in San Francisco and it is FREE.
Get great environmental information and giveaways from dozens of eco-exhibitors, healthy and organic food samples and listen to live music by the Venusians!
Get a BART Blue Sky Passport at the festival, fill it with stamps from six festival exhibitors and redeem it for a free $6 BART ticket. The first 5,000 people who turn in a completed passport will get a free $6 BART ticket right at the festival!
All stamped passports will be entered in a drawing to win one of two Giant Expressway 2 folding bikes. Official rules available at the festival. Folding bikes are allowed on all trains – BART bike rules.
BART Blue Sky Story – Enter & Win
Tell BART your Blue Sky Story and you could win BART tickets up to $500. Submission deadline for the contest is Monday, May 9, 2011.
BART Blue Sky Festival Environmental partners
This San Mateo-based company is leading the way in the new sharing economy. Do you have a snowboard or snow chains sitting in your garage taking up space? List them on http://www.rentalic.com/ and generate some income from renting your stuff. What if you need a tent or backpack for that camping vacation this summer? Find it on rentalic. Now how earth-friendly is that?
City of San Francisco Department of Environment www.sfenvironment.org/drivingalternatives
Breathe California http://www.breathecalifornia.org/
City Car Share http://www.citycarshare.org/
Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture http://www.cuesa.org/
EarthShare California http://www.earthshareca.org/
Greenbelt Alliance http://www.greenbelt.org/index.shtml
TMASF Connects www.tmasfconnects.org/
Walk Oakland/Bike Oakland http://www.walkoaklandbikeoakland.org/
Rock n’ Socks http://www.rocknsocks.com/
Alameda Bikes http://www.bartbikestation.com/
Metropolitan Transportation Commission http://www.mtc.ca.gov/
City of Oakland – Environmental Services http://www.bshuttle.com/
Eucalyptus Magazine www.eucalyptusmagazine.com/
Rickshaw Bagworks http://www.rickshawbags.com/
Bay Nature Institute http://www.baynature.org/
Sun Power Corporation http://usa.sunpowercorp.com
Clipper Card http://www.clippercard.com/
SF Municipal Transportation Agency http://www.sfmuni.com/
Living Green Design Solutions http://www.livinggreendesignsolutions.com/
Green Jobs Network http://www.greenjobs.net/
Premier Organics www.premierorganics.org/
Alter Eco Organic and Fair Trade Dark Chocolate http://www.altereco-usa.com/
Vasquez Coffee www.vasquezcoffee.com
Peninsula Traffic Congestion Relief Alliance www.commute.org
Jamba Juice www.Jambajuice.com
Capitol Corridor www.capitolcorridor.org
UC Berkeley Extension www.unex.berkeley.edu
Habitat for Humanity www.habitatgsf.org
Bauer’s Intelligent Transportation www.bauersit.com
Lyngso Garden Materials http://www.lyngsogarden.com/
Bio Pac Cleaning Products www.bio-pac.com
What are your favorite things to do in San Francisco, California?